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Emerson Sensi Touch Smart Thermostat ST75 $25 Eversource CT YMMV

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Just happened to click old link to find these are on sale again for $25 shipped and no limit this time AFAIN as I can add 5 to cart and get to checkout.

http://www.energyfederation.org/s...t75-1.html

I just picked up two more so now have 4 to do my 4 zones. Last sale was limit of 2:

https://slickdeals.net/e/14367521-eversource-customers-8-60-w-eq-and-2-wi-fi-color-changing-led-bulbs?v=1&src=SiteSearch

IDK if great deal but four for $100 seems to me like a good deal and now dont have to end up with two different kinds as I was worried about. If I ever finish replacing boiler in my house should be nice to have these to control everything.
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OP you linked to wifi light bulbs when reference "the last sale", was that a mistake?
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Is this for Massachusetts residence only?
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Have to have an "account number" already with energy federation to register to purchase. Cant find a way to purchase on my end.
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OP you linked to wifi light bulbs when reference "the last sale", was that a mistake?
No the link to this was at bottom of that thread. Only linked that thread is that is when I originally found these for $25 and was thread I went to to click link to check price to find on sale:
https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=140638991&postcount=9

There may have been another thread originally but that was one I posted in so found in my history. IDK I was happy to get two more for $50...just figured post in case others in CT or maybe other eversource customers were interested.

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Is this for Massachusetts residence only?
IDK if MA but works for CT.

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Have to have an "account number" already with energy federation to register to purchase. Cant find a way to purchase on my end.
I already had account but assume need eversource account to create or at lest to get at this price. Sorry cant help more.
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Seems to be specific to one energy company in Massachsetts.
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When I went to your link, it came up with $15.22 for the price for me.

I'm not convinced about these smart thermostats though. It looks like if you want any function higher than the old round dial thermostat with the tube of mercury in it, you are required to use Apple, Amazon, Google or Samsung services. I took a quick look at the Emerson privacy policy, and wasn't satisfied with it. They know when you are home, and don't seem to care about who they transfer that information to.
https://sensi.emerson.com/en-us/legal/sensi-privacy-policy​ [emerson.com]
  • We take measures to secure your Personal Information, but we cannot promise, and you should not expect, that your Personal Information will remain secure in all circumstances.
If you want to use a web browser to control, there's a $10/year/thermostat charge.

I'd like to update my 30 year old thermostat, especially at the prices they are charging. Besides basic programming, all I want is to see the daily and seasonal time it called for heat or cooling.
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Seems to be specific to one energy company in Massachsetts.
Well I put Eversource CT in title. CT stands for Connecticut.

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When I went to your link, it came up with $15.22 for the price for me.

I'm not convinced about these smart thermostats though. It looks like if you want any function higher than the old round dial thermostat with the tube of mercury in it, you are required to use Apple, Amazon, Google or Samsung services. I took a quick look at the Emerson privacy policy, and wasn't satisfied with it. They know when you are home, and don't seem to care about who they transfer that information to.
https://sensi.emerson.com/en-us/legal/sensi-privacy-policy​ [emerson.com]
  • We take measures to secure your Personal Information, but we cannot promise, and you should not expect, that your Personal Information will remain secure in all circumstances.
If you want to use a web browser to control, there's a $10/year/thermostat charge.

I'd like to update my 30 year old thermostat, especially at the prices they are charging. Besides basic programming, all I want is to see the daily and seasonal time it called for heat or cooling.
The $15.22 price is before tax. Then they add tax for full price comes to $25 each.

I hope I can control this thing via wifi without a charge. That would be news to me if not possible but I have yet to install the two I bought last year.
I have have been without normal heat for two months now due to boiler failure so been heating house with pellet stove...yes I stink.
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I got 2 of these last summer. You pay tax on the MSRP which is why they come to $25. I also enrolled in eversources connected solutions which gives you something like $70 in Amazon GC for participating with 2 thermostats, so they were more than paid for.

Last summer they also had a $5 LED package that was great, and $87 Winix AM90 units. I bought 2 each (used the IL's account too) and just wound up selling the 2 WINIX units for $300 combined, so I made out on the deal.

.they also have a few thermostats for free.... Or like $1 IIRC.
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I got 2 of these last summer. You pay tax on the MSRP which is why they come to $25. I also enrolled in eversources connected solutions which gives you something like $70 in Amazon GC for participating with 2 thermostats, so they were more than paid for.

Last summer they also had a $5 LED package that was great, and $87 Winix AM90 units. I bought 2 each (used the IL's account too) and just wound up selling the 2 WINIX units for $300 combined, so I made out on the deal.

.they also have a few thermostats for free.... Or like $1 IIRC.
Hmm I would enroll to connected solutions for $70 GC.

Before posting I did a search and found this thread
https://slickdeals.net/e/14632576-ct-eversource-customers-smart-thermostats-highly-discounted-subsidized

with link to the $1 thermostats but these are $50 there:
https://eversourcesavingscenter.e...ermostats/
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Well I put Eversource CT in title. CT stands for Connecticut.



The $15.22 price is before tax. Then they add tax for full price comes to $25 each.

I hope I can control this thing via wifi without a charge. That would be news to me if not possible but I have yet to install the two I bought last year.
I have have been without normal heat for two months now due to boiler failure so been heating house with pellet stove...yes I stink.
Thanks for the info about the sales tax.
There's no charge for using the phone or tablet application to control it. Only if you want to use a computer through a web browser.

I use a wood stove as my house's primary heat. Last winter my furnace only ran 191 hours at 1 gallon per hour.
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Thanks for the info about the sales tax.
There's no charge for using the phone or tablet application to control it. Only if you want to use a computer through a web browser.

I use a wood stove as my house's primary heat. Last winter my furnace only ran 191 hours at 1 gallon per hour.
My Weil Mclean WGO-4 boiler block cracked over two moths ago so been w/o hot water while installing new boiler. Has made me realize I can use pellet stove to heat house fairly efficiently even thou pellets cost too much. I just keep house cold which is fine when kids are not home. Ive literally had it at 47 in house and do not mind it however I drained all my zones so did not have to worry about freezing pipes.

Almost finished with install of W/M WGO-3 so with downsize of boiler should save $ in oil and being able to use pellet stove to keep house livable should save $ too.

So part of why want these wifi thermostats is to be able to move water around in each zone every so often when temps outside get in teens but not having to heat whole house. I froze a zone a few years ago and had to hook up "tombstone welder" to heat pipes up to thaw and dont want to ever deal with that again. IDK if possible to automate it so each zone runs for 10min every so often during cold spell. But at least with these I can do from phone and not have to run around house so will still be easier.
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Hmm I would enroll to connected solutions for $70 GC.

Before posting I did a search and found this thread
https://slickdeals.net/e/14632576-ct-eversource-customers-smart-thermostats-highly-discounted-subsidized

with link to the $1 thermostats but these are $50 there:
https://eversourcesavingscenter.e...ermostats/

I want to say it was something like.... $30 to enroll and $20/tstat after some period of time. All they did was turn up my AC a few times last summer, send you a notice earlier in the day and it only lasts a few hours each time. To me not a big deal at all.

Here's a link - the promo has changed. $25 to enroll, then $20 at the end of each summer:

https://enrollmythermostat.com/eversource/

Of course you need a compatible tstat.
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Thanks for the info about the sales tax.
There's no charge for using the phone or tablet application to control it. Only if you want to use a computer through a web browser.

I use a wood stove as my house's primary heat. Last winter my furnace only ran 191 hours at 1 gallon per hour.

Our primary is HHO but supplement with a wood insert. Or rather, I leave the tstats on and if they don't have demand because of the stove, then there's no demand.

The only con to this.... besides hauling around wood, is that the living room where the stove is can be like 85-90 and the next room is 70. It's a hell of a shock when you walk around a corner!
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Thanks Aviator79. This is better than the standard $100 rebate on the Eversourse site ($69 each).
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